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Evil refers either to physical evils (such as natural disasters and cataclysms,
poverty and war, sickness and death) that deprive man of sensual happiness or
especially to moral evils (such as errors and injustices, betrayals and hostilities,
Finally the examiner lists as the cause of death the one lesion without which
death would not have occurred. Though obviously all-important in forensic cases,
this aspect of the autopsy analysis is also required in cases not required by law.
Mutual antagonisms occur when a biotic interaction between two species results
in harm or death to both. Most mutual antagonisms occur as a result of
competition for a limited resource. In some cases two pathogenic species
together invade ...
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